Ever wondered which piece of kitchen equipment chefs most covet? What they cook themselves for supper? Or what are their worst kitchen disasters? Shef’s #cookbook reveals just that...
Some of the area’s top chefs spill the beans – in their own words – as they chat to food writer Lesley Draper in this regular feature.
Visit the Sheffield Telegraph website each week to check out the latest interviews.
Latest Shef’s #cookbook interviews:
Tom Robjohns, MD, Oakbrook Tea House
Lee Vintin, chef and co-owner of Eten, Sheffield
Tom Lawson, chef and co-owner of Rafters, Nether Green
Chris Hawkins, head chef at Fitzwilliam & West, West One Plaza
Nirmal Gupta, retiring owner of Nirmal’s in West Street
Charlie Curran, chef and co-owner of the new Peppercorn restaurant in Abbeydale Road South
Lee Mangles, head chef, Silversmiths, Arundel Street
Paul Gill, chef & partner at Eten cafe & deli, York Street, Sheffield
Thomas Samworth, head chef at Devonshire Arms, Baslow
Carl Riley, executive chef, Red Lion at the Peak Edge Hotel, Stonedge
Mark Vernon, head chef, The Maynard at Grindleford